Check out this easy low carb turkey chili recipe!
Who doesn’t love a good bowl of turkey chili? You’ve probably heard about the cook-all-day recipes that you always seem to forget about until right before dinnertime. If you LOVE turkey chili but HATE recipes that require a long cook time, then this recipe is your dream come true! Not only does it have all the deliciousness of those other recipes, but it only takes about 30 minutes from stovetop to tabletop.
Let’s take a look at some of the delicious ingredients that make up this yummy dish. There are a variety of herbs used in this recipe to give it that powerful flavor that comes with a delicious chili. Cumin, garlic, and chili powder are among the herbs that are mixed with a creamy tomato sauce base. Onion, green pepper, turkey, and black beans give the chili its hearty texture that satisfies you with each and every bite.
One of the best things about this recipe is that you can totally customize it to suit your taste preferences. Not a fan of too much chili seasoning? Cut it down a bit. Love the flavor of green pepper? Kick it up a notch. Plus, you can opt for the toppings that really give your chili that zap of flavor that you love. Whether it’s a little extra cheese, sour cream, or green onion–you can make this dish your own!
Now is the perfect time to make your very own homemade turkey chili recipe. Whether you want something to warm you up on a cool day or just get a hankering for a delicious bowl of goodness, this easy turkey chili recipe is the right choice. Try it for yourself and don’t forget to share with your family and friends. You are going to love it!
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